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Jul 10, Cutting stumps 4 to 6 inches from the ground will save your chain from dirt and most rocks. Keep the clutch side down and circle the stumps with it. The abrasives around the bottom of the stump such as dirt or stones can damage the chain fast, then the bar, and eventually the saw itself.
So, try to clean the area before start cutting. Jul 19, For those of you who fall into that category; this is the Quick Version of how to remove a tree stump with a chainsaw. Get your personal protective equipment on (yes all of it) Cut the tree stump down close to the ground level.
Poplar tree leaves falling off all the dirt away from the stump – exposing the roots. Cut the roots with a bushfalling.bars: 7.
Oct 25, The best chain for pulling stumps may depend on the size of the tree stump but I have seen 3/8 inch Grade 80 logging chain do well pulling brush stumps. Bestseller No. 1 3/8" - Grade 80 Binder Chain - Grab Hooks - 20' Length 3/8" - Grade 80 Binder Chain - Grab Hooks - 20' LengthEstimated Reading Time: 2 mins. Apr 24, This video is about using a chainsaw to remove a stump at ground level without ruining my chainsaw. Aug 17, Use a chain saw or bow saw to cut the stump down as close to the ground as you can, without allowing the chain saw's teeth to strike the ground (this will dull your chain).
Wear steel-toed boots for this part of the job. Drill holes a few inches deep into the stump in numerous places, using the biggest, widest drill bit you have.
You can use a Hi Jack or Handyman jack to remove a tree stump. All you need is a chain, handyman jack, two 2×4’s and a bolt.
First cut the 2×4’s to 6 feet and drill a hole in the top of each. Bolt the 2×4’s to the top of the jack so it makes a tripod. Wrap a chain several times around the stump and hook it Estimated Reading Time: 11 mins.